Imogen Mintzer Hinds has been promoted to the position of executive director of R&DE student housing at Stanford University. Her responsibilities include assigning and providing housing for the undergraduate and graduate students at Stanford. She’s looking forward to opening a brand-new graduate housing complex in fall 2020. Imogen will also be celebrating her 20-year work anniversary at Stanford this coming July! * Rodney Krause’s son Connor is in the Colby Class of 2020 and on the defending NESCAC champion hockey team that went to the NCAA D-III Frozen Four last year. * Angela Drennen Hansen, a family law attorney in Rockville, Md., is happy to report that on Jan. 12, 2018, she added (by adoption) daughter Addie, 3, to the Hansen family. Addie joins much older brothers David, 27, and Matthew, 25. Angela and her husband of 30 years, Steven, moved into a larger home in Olney, Md., to accommodate her parents and little Addie. “Life is good!” notes Angela. * Roy Hirshland and his wife, Chris, enjoy their city life in the Back Bay area of Boston. He often runs into Colby neighbors Nancy Donahue Cyker ’88, George Katz ’83, and Kevin Starr. Roy proudly proclaims, “Colby Mules rule Back Bay!” * Kevin Bruen just retired from serving in the Coast Guard after 22 years. He is currently employed as a civilian attorney with the Coast Guard. Kevin recently took up water polo and plays twice a week—“the hardest workout I’ve ever done.” This summer marked a regular gathering of Colby friends from the Class of 1985 in St. Louis. Rodney Krause was the host, and attendees included Kevin, Mike Sanderson, Tom Valinote, and Wayne Eddy. Rodney took everyone to a Cardinals game and they had great fun enjoying the St. Louis nightlife. * Megan and I have enjoyed recent trips to India (touring the Golden Triangle) and Kazakhstan (skiing near Almaty). Thanks to all who contributed to the news column!